A death at a funfair - and Bourne must face his nemesis... The third Jason Bourne novel from the internationally bestselling author. Reissue to coincide with the release of the film.
It all starts with a cat-and-mouse chase to the death in a Baltimore funfair: the Jackal, Bourne's age-old antagonist, is back and Bourne is forced from his idyllic retirement with his wife and children to confront his enemy. In Europe, Russia and America there are men and women whose lust for power is disguised by their positions and respectability. Their aim: to gain control at the highest level, to avenge, to destroy. Jason Bourne has been the assassin before: now he longs for peace with his family, but the threat of the Jackal puts in jeopardy all possibility of peace ...
, who died in 2001, was the author of 21 bestselling novels published in 32 languages and 40 countries. Read by hundreds of millions of people worldwide, he launched his career with The Scarlatti Inheritence in 1971. A native of New England, Jeff Harding has appeared in television productions as varied as Howard's End, The Fast Show, Father Ted and NCS Manhunt. He has recorded many audiobooks, including Orion's The Last Templar, Robert Ludlum
's Bourne Trilogy and the best-selling Dan Brown's Da Vinci Code.